Monthly Archives: December 2011

Special guest, Psychiatrist Babs, reads “T’was the Night Before Commitment” to the Bipolar Child

Happy Holidays, NamiDearests! We know what a difficult season this can be for those of you suffering from time spent with your mentally ill relations. We at NamiDearest have partnered with Psychiatrist Babs to bring you this special holiday performance of T’was the Night Before Commitment. This endearing classic will warm the cockles of your […]

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NamiDearest Interviews Henny Penny, Former Director of Consumertocracy Affairs for the State of Confusion

Tonight on The Commitment Hour, our relentless advocate, NamiDearest, interviews Former Director of Consumertocracy Affairs for the State of Confusion, Henny Penny. Loved One Henny bravely volunteered to expose herself publicly to the stigma of her condition while trying to articulate for us her beliefs about her illness and the rights she feels that she […]

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